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Find the divergence of the field.The velocity field in Figure 16.13
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Integrals and Vector Fields
The Divergence Theorem and a Unified Theory
Harvey Mudd College
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
University of Nottingham
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all right. So finding the divergence of velocity field we have So we have a partial derivative with respect acts of our I had direction. So we have nothing in our direction. So that's gonna be zero. We have a partial derivative with respect to y and R J had direction, which is also zero. And then we have our partial derivative. With respect to Z in the Kayhan direction, we have to be a squared minus y squared minus X squared. So her first derivative, zero second derivative zero, our third derivative. We have no z's in the K had direction. So the diversions gonna be equal to zero plus zero and then plus our third derivative, which is zero, because we have no please, which is just fall zero.
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